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"RE: Which 50mm for the D600?"
>Thanks to all for you input.>>I guess the reason(s) for wanting the 1.4 vs. 1.8 is:>>Better bokeh----for portraitsYou will have better subject isolation and less DOF with FX compared to DX. Are you unhappy with your bokeh?>Faster low-light focusing due to larger glass.It will be faster but going to FX you will already gain speed as you can shoot similar quality with higher iso's compared to DX>possible better/sharper pics>possible? not always the case and likely hard to see in an actual photo.I do like my 50 1.4 but if I started with a 1.8 not sure I would switch. I would suggest after you upgrade camera see how you like the 50 you have.On the other hand sometimes you just want something and if you can swing it, who am I to dissuade you?
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